The opening of the exhibition will be on Tuesday, September 6th 2011, on the Artwork Gallery. Join us then …
Photos taken mainly on the fringe of the Môtiers sculpture exhibition 2011. See more in the snapped gallery.
If you’ve read my post about the forthcoming publication schedule for Secret Paths Editions, you’ll know that the title of the fourth book of The Storyteller’s Quest is The World o’Tales. There’s no cover art as yet for the book, but I have already written just under half the book, seven chapters amounting to eighty thousand words. Lengthwise then, it is likely to be as long as book three, The Starless Square (162’000 words). The World o’Tales follows the adventures of Brent, Sally, Keira, Jenny and the others. It also paves the way for book five, the title of which I won’t give you just yet. If all goes well, book five will be available in print and ebook format in 2013. The World o’Tales should be published in Autumn 2012.
Posted a number of photos of the Neuchâtel Buskers Festival in the Snapped Gallery.
Here’s the planned publishing schedule for books from Secret Paths Editions till the end of 2012.
April 2011 – The Reaches, vlm 1 of the Storyteller’s Quest (1st edition)
August 2011 – The Reaches, vlm 1 of the Storyteller’s Quest (2nd edition – mostly layout changes and a new cover)
November 2011 – The Keeper’s Daughter, vlm 2 of the Storyteller’s Quest
Spring 2012 – The Starless Square, vlm 3 of the Storyteller’s Quest
Summer 2012 – Twisted Paths, vlm 1 of Beyond the Face of the World
Autumn 2012 – The World o’Tales, vlm 4 of the Storyteller’s Quest
Took a series of photos during my stay in the mountains that I might use for a future exhibition. See the full photo here.
A revised ebook version of The Reaches is now available on Smashwords for $5.99. Here’s the link: http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/51360
The version will subsequently be available on the iBookstore and Kobo.
I saw Linda Hawley’s book mentioned on Twitter and was intrigued by the title, so I downloaded the Kindle version. It was the first time I had read a full length book on my iPhone. I found the story well written and gripping. I would willingly advise people to read it and I will certainly read the next book in the trilogy. Having said that, a couple of things troubled me in the book and in my relationship to it, so I will try to explore them in what follows. (Read more …)